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Al Jazeera America
Aug 28, 2013 5:30am EDT
of bomb attack attacksq have killed at least zero people and injured more than 100. >> i'm malcolm web, in the democratic republic of congo, where soldiers and their families are buries those killed.
Al Jazeera America
Aug 30, 2013 5:00am EDT
suffered losses and are now pulling back. >> reporter: that was malcolm web, as the united states considers taking military action against syria we ask what americans think about getting involved in another conflict. that story coming up, plus disorder in a mexican court and find out why this judge lost his cool. ♪ arabic channels. >>> disorder in a mexico court. why this judge lost his cool. tonight 10:00 eastern on al jazeera america. stories need to be told, al jazeera is there. >> hello again, i'm fuli batibo with the main stories on al jazeera. >> since 1996, we've told the human story from the ground up. >> this is an unsafe place to be. >> with a new point of view. >> this river is their road to freedom. >> committed, inspired, bold. >> we're on the front line but its under attack. >> al jazeera media network, the global, award-winning news organization. ♪ time to remind you of top stories from around the world and al jazeera. u.s. says it's preparing a response to suspected gas attack by syrian forces despite losing support from uk and the parliament rejected involveme
Al Jazeera America
Aug 30, 2013 6:00am EDT
the rebels because malcolm web reports it's little comfort to those who lost homes and relatives in the conflict. >> the people are furious. bombs landed in their neighborhood in goma. this house was destroyed. one person inside was killed and 8 more were injured by the blast and shrapnel. >> we don't know but suspect the bomb came from rwanda and heard a blast and the house shattered. >> reporter: police try to calm the crowd and they bring a tire to burn to start a roadblock. so police collect the injured and leave. we leave with them. the injured are brought to hospital. and they were so frightened by the blast doctors say she is hysterical and try to remove shrapnel from her back and daylight comes and there is more bomb, this time they land just over the border in neighboring rwanda and killing a woman and injuring a baby and try to figure out where the shells are coming from. this is the border and this is the rwanda city and this is the congo city of goma and the cities are joined together and shells are landing on both sides. congo working at the border heard them being
Al Jazeera America
Aug 31, 2013 6:00am EDT
and soldiers in the border area. >> that is the latest from malcolm web, thank you. >> gold miners in south africa are threatening to go on strike on tuesday after talks over pay. the main union miners want a 60 pest increase. they have given notice of the stoppage. >> columbian soldiers are patrolling the streets of the capitol to riots there killed two people. the violence began on thursday at a march in support of striking farmers. >> a step forward, at last, after 12 days of disruptions the spread from the country to the cities the leaders of the farmers said the while the strike continues they were ready to lift the roadblock that cut off entire regions of columbia. >> after exhausting days of talks with the national government delegation, partial agreements have been reached that give us the power to invite protestors to allow the transfer of vehicles. >> earlier in the day, the president sent troops to patrol the streets. in response to thursday ease violence, that left two people dead. >> last night, i ordered the military into boga that, andly do so from now on any municipality, or
Al Jazeera America
Aug 28, 2013 6:00am EDT
'm malcolm web, in the democratic republic of congo, where soldiers and their families are buries those killed. >> that's barn by phillips reporting for us. and now james is over at the united nations headquarters, james, and you heard what barnby was saying about the u.k. possibly going to the u.n. security council, what are you hearing from your end on that? >> well i think it is fair to say they kept this one very close to their chest. normally we get whispers of these things going on. trying to prepare these things there was no mention of this in all our calls in the last 24 hours. it is important development i think so is what we are about to see in geneva, where the special representative on syria. >> james, james -- >>ly just have to stop you, because we are crossing over to geneva, that's where the u.n. arab pane envoy is speaking. stand by and listen to this along with myself and the viewers. we expect him to speak in just a few moments. let's listen in. >> the special envoy is with you, ambassador. and he is here for -- i have to alert that for a short period of time, because
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